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Old 02-21-2012, 12:16 PM   #1661 (permalink)
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I like the smell of geraniums. Today I had a huge bloom on one of my favorite hibiscus and one of my passion vines bloomed and a daylily, 'Butterscotch Ruffles'.

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Euphorbia milii - aka Crown of Thorns


This is about 5 1/2 ft tall. Blooms throughout the year, and flowers are typically in groups of 4 or 8.
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Grafted plum

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My failed bonsai tamarind is now 5 years old..blooming and setting fruit..i'm amazed...
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The flowering Crocus have been joined by Anemone sp., Iris reticulata, Miniature Narcissus pseudonarcissus, and Sparaxis tricolor.



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Daphne odora 'Aureomarginata'




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Apple Tree just starting.


Blue Berry's warming up.

African Marigold

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Bird of Paradise!

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I'm cheating, since this is in my living room, buy I don't care!

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Never mind where, just tell us, what it is


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Plumeria?
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Yup.
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Improved Meyer Lemon - complete with 'critters'

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I hope your lemon will yeild some fruit and not drop them all. I'm hoping the same thing for my blood orange which is literally covered with bloom. Never have seen such a profusion of bloom. I just ate the last of my satsuma and now it's starting to bloom again; in fact, all the citrus is starting to bloom or bud. I've also got some young figs that I just noticed today. Seems like I blinked and everything started to bloom. The azeleas are a riot this year.

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I hope your lemon will yeild some fruit and not drop them all. I'm hoping the same thing for my blood orange which is literally covered with bloom. Never have seen such a profusion of bloom. I just ate the last of my satsuma and now it's starting to bloom again; in fact, all the citrus is starting to bloom or bud. I've also got some young figs that I just noticed today. Seems like I blinked and everything started to bloom. The azeleas are a riot this year.

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So far, so good. When there are many little fruits starting, I will snip off all but three, and let them mature. I read that too many will weigh down the branch, and over-tax the plants energy. Vanilla beans are similar in that you have to limit the beans maturing in any one place on the vine. Don't you just love the smell of any type of citrus when it blooms?

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Here's one of my most beautiful flowering nectarine. Aside from fantastic fruits, the flowers are enchanting. Sometimes I just stare at them for hours doing nothing. Arctic Glo White Nectarine. This bloom is more than 15 days old. The blooms opened in March 1, and it still looked good yesterday. Very showy, big and long lasting flowers. There are other flowers of other peaches nectarines that are double and very showy. I might get those next year for double purpose duty, ornamental and fruit production. We can have both worlds too.

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